Directions to Pescadero Palace from Los Cabos Airport

When you arrive in Los Cabos, you will see the rental car booths in the main arrival area of the airport.  They will put you on a shuttle to cross the parking lot to their main office.  Once you have the car, exit the airport and at the “Y”, veer to the right towards San Jose del Cabo.  This will take you to the main highway.  The airport is located at Km 44 on the main highway and downtown Cabo San Lucas is at Km 0 so it’s approximately a 45 minute drive.  Just before you arrive in Cabo, you will come to a traffic light with a road going to your right.  It is the road to Todos Santos (highway 19).  There is a big bull ring on this corner, and a hard to see sign that says “Todos Santos”.  Turn right there and a mile or so down the road you will turn right again (second light signal), on the road to Todos Santos.  You will be at about Km. 124 on highway 19 and Todos Santos is at Km. 50.  You will take highway 19 to the little town of El Pescadero, where you will see a Pemex gas station on your left.  Continue .7 miles past the Pemex gas station, and you will see a dirt road on the left.  There is a large sign that says Pescadero Palace with red arrows pointing towards the ocean.  If you arrive at night, the sign is hard to see.   There are 2 dimly lit solar lamps on the top of each sign pole which will help you see it.  Turn left off of the highway onto this dirt road.  Take it to the end, where you will go around the right side of a hill, and it will dead end at the beach.  Pescadero Palace will be on your left.  It is the only yellow house in the area (far left side) and there is a sign in front on it, and a big blue shade canopy infront.  In case of emergency, please call us here on our Mexican cell (612) 141-7026.  If it is already dark when you arrive, you can call us from the Pemex gas station and we will drive and meet you there.

We recommend that you stop in Cabo for some grocery items…There is Costco, a Walmart (just past the Costo on your right side on the main highway), and two huge super markets called Chedraui and Soriana’s on the road to the Villa.

Due to flooding during the hurricane, the road from the highway to the Villa is sandy in places, but still drivable in a 2-wheel drive vehicle.  To avoid getting stuck in the sand, it is advisable to not stop in sandy areas, or try to turn around in a sandy area.  It is best to stay on the road and roll through the sandy spots.

Directions from La Paz Airport

When you arrive in La Paz, you will need to exit the airport to the main road to La Paz and turn right.  You will then follow that road veering to the right until you come to a Home Depot, and turn right after the Home Depot.  Go down a couple of traffic lights to the road towards Todos Santos and Cabo, and turn right again.  You will need to take this road about 25 minutes until you come to a Y in the road with an overhead pass, one way going to Cabo and the other way going towards Todos Santos to the right.  Go towards Todos Santos on Highway 19, and take the new Todos Santos by-pass and go towards El Pescadero, staying on Highway 19.  At the little town of El Pescadero, where you will see a Pemex gas station on your right.  You will then need to turn around (do a U-turn) and backtrack .7 miles before the Pemex gas station on highway 19, and you will see a dirt road on the left.  There is a large sign that says Pescadero Palace with red arrows pointing towards the ocean.  There are also 2 little solar lamps on top of the sign, which make it easier to spot at night.   Turn left off of the highway onto this dirt road.  Take it to the end, where you will go around the right side of a hill, and it will dead end at the beach.  Pescadero Palace will be on your left.  It is the only yellow house in the area (far left side) and there is a sign in front on it.  In case of emergency, please call us here on our Mexican cell (612) 141-7026.  If it is already dark when you arrive, please call us from the Pemex gas station and we will drive and meet you there.

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